We’ve done the research on saxophone cleaning supplies so you can through the crap and know you’re getting the best deal possible: solid quality at a low price. You’ll find that our recommendations below will save you money and are essential for taking care of your sax.
You can find most of these same supplies at your closest musical instrument store but if you’re looking for convenience of getting these items delivered to the house and take advantage of these deals, use the links below.
*Note: We’ve listed the prices below last time we checked. They may have changed since…
Saxophone Cleaning Kits
With all the research that I’ve done on these kits (I’ve spent hours), I’m still amazed at how much you can get for the price. And if you look at the number of reviews, and how highly they’re rated, you can see we’re not the only ones that like these. Plenty of other buyers are also taking advantage of these kits.
A cleaning swab is essential to keeping the inside of your saxophone clean and dry after playing but a pad saver works for this as well, and reaches your key pads too. You may way to take a look.
Other Saxophone Supplies
Here’s the other products that we recommend for saxophone owners. You can find out more information for each product by following the links. We researched for hours to find the products that are the best quality and still a good deal.
A couple of things we’d like to point out though:
- You can save money with the Sterisol concentrate. It’s not as handy as the spray but this will go a long way.
- Although there are better deals on the cork grease, we’re recommending the all natural product.
- The mouthpiece brush by itself is $5.99 so we’re recommending the brush + screwdriver + cloth combo for $6.99 since you’ll need a screwdriver for your pads anyways, and always good to have an extra cloth.
- For the key brush, we’re not too keen on the shipping cost with this item so would recommend getting a kit instead that includes the brush.
- For key oil, the Yamaha medium key oil is the recommended product but it’s a little pricey in our opinion so we included an alternative that should do the job.
You’ll save money on saxophone reeds by buying in bulk and we recommend either the Vandoren 10-pack or D’Addario 10-pack. There are cheaper brands but both of these companies are known for their quality.